Last season’s top scorer in the Nigeria Women Football League (NWFL) Rafiat Sule has expressed her disappointment with how the first round of the league went for her.
The former Bayelsa Queens forward who recorded nine goals last season told Rivers Angels Media she is disappointed with her inability to find the back of the net in the first round.
“The first round has come and gone and I’m not really happy with my performance,” she said.
“I, however, hope that the second stanza will be better,” Sule added.
The attacker made four starts in six matches for the ‘Jewels of Rivers in the first round but was substituted during those appearances.
She hopes the coaching crew will give her more playing time in other to show what she can do.
“One of my problems is the time, the number of minutes I get to showcase myself on the pitch of play,” she revealed.
“In my former team, I play for the entire game most of the time but here I get 45 minutes plus which is not enough for me.
“I just hope the coach will give me more time on the pitch so that I can show him and the team what I can do.” she added.
Rivers Angles will be on the road to Bayelsa Queens on June 7 when the second round resumes.